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overkill

Vox populi An excess of anything
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Then I started listening to bands like the Jesus Lizard, Laughing Hyenas, The Digits, and Urge Overkill.
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But suffering overkill, the Louvre agreement was needed in February 1987 to halt the dollar's slide.
Although use of flow sheets is effective, it's overkill.
It may have seemed like overkill on our part, since we already had a facility right across the street at 140 Broadway.
Some of this is editorial overkill, born in part from the new technological capacity to fulfill an old editorial directive, that of tracking and reporting all the minutiae of textual transmission.
How odd to paint the opponents of regulatory overkill as "conservatives," particularly since the most fossilized bureaucratic processes are walling off new treatments and possible cures.
Their oeuvre, like that of Domenig - for whom Szyszkowitz once worked - was part of the reaction against the technical overkill of the 1960s and '70s, a reassertion of the right for architecture to be exciting and expressive.
His sympathy for the system's victims leads to overkill which undercuts his own potentially useful insights.
The PFIC rules stand as an excellent example of overkill -- taxing not only passive income but also the operating income of controlled foreign corporations (CFCs), which are already subject to tax on their passive income under Subpart F of the Code.
Whether such muscular hardware is overkill depends on whom you ask.
In fact, on page 89 of her second book, Environmental Overkill, Ray identified it as the Puerto Rican cave cockroach, hardly something most housewives would have to deal with.